Good evening folks, and welcome to the Digital Drive-In. We have a beastly double feature for you, starting with 1976's Track of the Moon Beast, followed by 1977's Snowbeast. Yes, we have a beast for every season. We'll also be featuring a delightfully odd Felix the Cat short, plus all the drive-in trimmings you could ask for. So pull in, sit back, cut the lights, and grab your favorite gal (or guy!). It's showtime! And remember to visit our snack bar, for all your favorite treats! Topics: Digital Drive-In, Drive-In, Snowbeast, Track of the Moon Beast, Double Feature, 101
Well after some major renovations and reconstruction (after a slight computer mishap), we are pleased to announce that your friendly neighborhod Shocker Drive In is back open for business! (At least until the next CPU crash.) In an effort to celebrate our Grand Re-Reopening, we are pleased to bring you our "Demented" Double Feature - First up we are proud to bring your the excellent Francis Ford Coppola thriller "Dementia 13" followed by the equally creepy Vincent Price in... Topics: drive in, drive-in, horror, sci-fi, Coppola, Vincent Price, Corman, shocker
Hello and welcome back! Well, after taking a couple months off to remodel the Snack Bar, put up some new speakers, and repaint the big screen, our little drive in is back open for the summer! And - by popular demand - we are proud to bring you the that 1976 classic of low budget fun "Drive In Massacre"! In addition to a classic "Popeye" cartoon and the usual Snack Bar plugs, we are also presenting "Panic" another low budget wonder from the 1970's that takes the... Topics: drive in, drive-in, maniac, panic, murder, horror, 1970's, sci fi, massacre
Welcome Back! Well after a slight delay for some more much needed maintenance here at the good ole drive in, we are pleased to present a very special "Karloff Kristmas". This double feature includes two of Boris' later works - the mexican miricle of weird movie making, "Snake People" as well as the 1963 Roger Corman classic of 3 day film fun, "The Terror". As always, we have included some wonderful trailers for some of the Master's other 1960's scares along with... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Boris Karloff, horror, sci-fi, drive in, drive-in, Corman, Snake People, Terror, bad movies
It's that time again kids! Grab your girl and load a few friends up into the trunk of your Chevy because we are going back to the Shocker Internet Drive In. This week we proudly present that low budget 1979 slasher/psycho classic - "Driller Killer". Of course we have included another Bugs Bunny cartoon as well as some "snack bar" teasers to get your taste buds going. So drive on in, but we do reserve the right to check the trunk of your car for stowaways looking to skip... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: horror, sci-fi, drive in, drive-in, psycho, low budget, slasher, crazy
Since it was decided that the "Incredible Two Headed Transplant" was copyrighted and my previous version of Week 7 was deleted, I took some advice and created a new presentation. This new feature is a mini vampire festival. It has "Grave of the Vampire" from my original Week 7, but I included a bunch of Hammer movie trailers for various Dracula flicks. So, this is not a double feature, just some trailers, a Bugs Bunny cartoon, some nifty advertisements and "Grave of the... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: drive in, vampire, Dracula, Hammer, horror, sci-fi
Another week and we say "Welcome back to 'Shocker Internet Drive In'". Once again we invite you relive the great old days of warm summer nights (or cool fall evenings), stale popcorn, dry hamburgers, bad movies, fun cartoons and,everyone's favorite drive in activity, backseat love. Tonight we present are presenting a black & white double feature in "Deadland". After an early Porky Pig cartoon, we proudly present the George A. Romero classic "Night of the LIving... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: zombies, drive in, drive-in, cartoon, horror, sci fi, night of the living dead, carnival of souls
Even though one of our past features was removed because someone after the fact determined that a movie was still copyrighted even though it was posted elsewhere on the archive, we will not be sidetracked! This week, we strongly suggest you get a good parking slot for our "Horror Head" Double Feature. After a hearty welcome and a classic Thanksgiving cartoon, we proudly present the 1959 gore classic "The Brain That Wouldn't Die", which is followed by a brief intermission and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: brain that wouldn't die, the head, horror, sci-fi, drive in
Psychotronic Cinema is a program made in the spirit of old late night television movie show featuring some of wildest movies ever made. Frankensteins's Castle of Freaks: Count Frankenstein has been conducting experiments in an attempt to bring the dead back to life. When a caveman is discovered near the village and beaten to death by a mob of locals, Frankenstein acquires the caveman's body and brings it back to his lab where his life's work finally comes to fruition. The caveman lives again. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, psychotronic cinema, frankenstein, drive-in, 1970's, Sci-Fi/Horror
Low budget but atmospheric telling of the Bigfoot legend. Made in a docu-drama style using some of the original 'witnesses' acting out and telling their stories. Quite a big 'Drive In' hit when it was first released. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: movies, monster, horror, bigfoot, drive in, Arkansas, Fouke, swamp, The Legend of Boggy Creek,...
With a little luck, you'll be watching Spook Show episode 13 in just a minute. Inspired by Joe Riley and his Hypnotic Eye and Rockula and his Theatre For the Insane, Spook Show returns with our 13th episode. Good luck, bad luck, and lots of clips. Good Luck! Topics: hypnotic eye, theatre for the insane, vance capley, spook show, bela lugosi, karloff, doctor who,...